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SeeMe Activism training

image Published: Apr 11, 2016

SeeMe logoSeeMe have an exciting opportunity for our See Me supporters to attend community activism training over 8 days in May/June.

SeeMe are running ACTIVATE in partnership with Glasgow University. It will be delivered by a Glasgow University tutor at the SAMH Offices in Glasgow. It will run over 8 Fridays, 6th May - 24th June 10.30am - 3.30pm. Attendees would need to be able to commit to the full 8 days.

The course is aimed at people with an interest in community development and community activism (this interest could be connected to current paid or volunteer work or a desire to get more involved with this type of role in the future).

The key concepts covered by the course are:

•    What is community work?

•    Values and Principles of community work.

•    Equality /Anti discrimination

•    Power and Participation

•    Local – global issues

The course is free to participants and lunch and pre-agreed travel expenses will be provided. More information can be found here.

If you think you would like to attend or would like to find out more, please contact Maeve Grindall (maeve.grindall@seemescotland.org / 0141 5302011). Please feel free to share this information with your contacts.

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